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VoIP Service Provider List

When shopping for VoIP, a list of VoIP service providers is the place to start. There are many VoIP providers out there, all competing for your attention.

Understandably, it is difficult to make an informed decision with such a long list of companies. So, before you look through our list of providers, know what kind of VoIP phone service you want. Are you looking to save money on your home phone bill? Your business expenses?

List your priorities in order: reduced costs, advanced features, convenience, and customer service. Which priority is most important to you?

Check out the list of providers and follow up on the ones that most interest you. Read about their plans and the user-submitted reviews of their service.

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Net2Phone
net2phone is a software and services company that offers cloud-based phone systems and business VoIP service. net2phone solutions come with a full suite of high-quality, low-cost VoIP...
Ooma Office
Ooma Office brings a revolutionary way to cut down your expensive business VoIP phone service bills. Introducing Ooma Office, a system that delivers crystal-clear call quality on top of a handful of...
4.85

46 reviews

GoTo Connect
GoTo Connect (formerly Jive) delivers reliable, enterprise-grade telephone systems and services to businesses and government organizations both large and small. With five different pricing tiers to...
PGi
With 46,000 customers supported worldwide, PGi prides itself on helping people connect as an expert backed by 28 years as a collaboration industry leader. PGi’s GlobalMeet platform, provides a...
Grasshopper
Grasshopper offers a virtual PBX phone system for entrepreneurs looking for an alternative to a traditional phone line. Grasshopper offers the advanced features and capabilities of an expensive...
3.65

3 reviews

Gabbit
The Gabbit Cloud-Based Exchange® is tailor made for small businesses.  They offer over 100 features at a flat rate price to meet your communication needs and help you grow.  With 24/7 U.S....
OnSIP
OnSIP is a real-time communications company that specializes in hosted VoIP solutions. The company offers its customers powerful yet simple phone solutions that come with included...
4.65

55 reviews

RingLeader
RingLeader is a leader in On-Premise & Cloud Communication for businesses, with deep experience in SIP Trunking, Hosted VoIP, HIPAA compliant faxing, CrowdVoicing, Disaster/Continuity...
ClarityTel
ClarityTel is one of the industry leaders among business VoIP providers since their founding in 2003. With their VoIP solutions, ClarityTel has helped businesses upgrade their phone systems to...
VoIPstudio
VoIPstudio is a quality telephony service provider that focuses on providing businesses with hosted PBXs. They strive to deliver a system that is both robust and reliable for both business and...
*Rates shown do not include E-911 charges, taxes, and surcharges. Most providers offering unlimited calling have restrictions and some rates shown are promotional rates based on term contracts or promotional periods. Be sure to read individual providers terms and conditions before you buy. Rates and features displayed for each provider have been sourced from provider\'s site and other online sources. While we strive to display current information, be sure to check directly with each provider as their plans, pricing, and features are subject to change.

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Residential VoIP providers have very similar service. The main differences between VoIP providers are price, features, and customer service. Plans may vary in minutes and price but, in general, you have per-minute rate plans and flat-rate unlimited monthly plans.

Residential VoIP service has steadily increased since the early 2000s. Technology has improved to the point that, with a good Internet connection, a VoIP phone system can carry the same or better voice quality than traditional landlines.

business VoIP providers

Business VoIP Service Providers

Business VoIP is much more varied. You can pay for basic VoIP service or you can pay for a hosted PBX system in order to have professional communications management, especially with the standard auto attendant.

If you're a bigger business, you may want to provide your own IP PBX phone system with your own software and hardware.

A survey in summer 2011 by 8x8, a VoIP service provider, has indicated that small to medium businesses are really turning to VoIP phone systems. The study showed that businesses signed up for VoIP to reduce costs, get more features, and hand off hosting and maintenance of communications systems to another party.

If you're interested in business VoIP features, the list from many providers includes:

If you're looking to resell or become a service provider, wholesale VoIP is for you. Wholesale VoIP is a way that individuals can resell voice over IP services, and is a great way to enter the telecom business. Different providers can offer turn-key wholesale VoIP, direct inward dialing (DID) for call centers and calling card companies, collocation, toll-free numbers, and more.  Select wholesale VoIP providers even offer SMS and faxing options as well.

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5
BryteCall

My Firm, the Spead Tax Group, PLLC, starting using BryteCall as our VOIP Provider during January of 2024, Jon Sharvit is their Accounts Executive...

February 1st, 2024 - speadtax
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5
ViaTalk

I honestly can't understand all these bad reviews. I've had Viatalk for close to a year and I am very satisfied with the quality of the service. No...

January 27th, 2024 - skywarner

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